Tiny Homes on Steroids™
At Maximus Extreme™, we build our tiny homes on an 8′ x 20′ movable steel platform, which equates to a smaller main floor living area. However, a small space does not have to “live” small. MAX™ designs feature the “shared-space” concept of architecture. That is, every space has a multiple function, which allows for each space’s functionality to be maximized and to flow seamlessly from one area to another. At Maximus Extreme™, we offer our customers a living experience that is a small version of home, thus allowing our customers to take the essence of home with them no matter where they go! MAX™ designs accommodate standard-size furniture pieces, and some MAX™ designs feature built-in pieces depending on the customer’s preference. Perhaps the most important feature of MAX™ designs is that each one passes The Big Stew Test™.
This above photo depicts the Avanti® brand All-In-One Kitchen®, which offers a refrigerator, a two-burner cook top, sink, and storage. This efficient, tiny footprint translates to more room in the kitchen area.
MAX™ LIVING ROOMS
MAX™ living spaces highlight an open and functional layout, which lives larger than the dimensions would suggest. MAX™ living rooms with 8-foot ceilings and an open and functional layout accommodate larger-than-average-sized guests (e.g., taller than 6 feet in stature) comfortably. We can back up that claim. How? MAX™ Founder, President, and CEO Stew MacInnes, a former NFL player, designs and builds MAX™ Tiny Homes on steroids. In other words, Stew designs each MAX™ home to pass The Big Stew Test™.
MAX™ SLEEPING LOFTS (The Acadia™)
MAX™ sleeping lofts are spacious and comfortable at 7′ x 7” (Yes, they even pass The Big Stew Test™). MAX™ sleeping lofts feature electrical outlets and small, efficient LED reading lights. MAX™ designs also include awning windows, which keep our MAX™ sleeping lofts well-ventilated.
MAX™ BUILT-IN SLEEPING BUNKS (The Caboose™)
Some MAX™ models feature built-in sleeping bunks on the main level. Let’s face it, some days you cannot or simply do not want to climb a ladder. We get that. MAX™ designs reflect and respect that fact.
Maximus Extreme™ offers its customers the option of either a composting or an incinerating toilet. Why? By design, both options end the need for water in order for the toilet to work or the need for a traditional black water storage tank. This design element makes each MAX™ Tiny Home a fully self-sustainable living space, opening up the world of venue options (e.g., your favorite National Parks, your favorite beaches, your favorite lakes, your favorite spots in the mountains, and just about any parking lot tail-gating venue) to our customers who would normally be hard-pressed to find a sewer drop. Again, not to be Nostradamus of the Obvious or anything, but it is important to note that MAX™ bathroom spaces pass The Big Stew Test™.
We equip our MAX™ Tiny Homes with on-board water storage tanks (105 – 150 gallons). The result of that choice? MAX™ customers will always have the benefit of taking a warm shower, even when a permanent water source is unavailable. How does MAX™ bring the heat? MAX™ designs feature an on-demand, propane-fired water heater that deliver an always-warm-water shower. Period. Are these full-sized showers? Yes. These, too, pass The Big Stew Test™.
MAX™ designs exclusively use top-of-the-line engineered Low-E, Energy efficient, Argon gas windows manufactured by names you can trust. MAX™ windows not only meet the highest industry standards for performance, but they look fantastic, too!
MAX™ Tiny Homes offers several types of exterior finishes: plank siding, shingles, vertical paneling, galvanized steel, and cedar to name the most common applications. Whatever material you choose, our expert craftsmen and finish carpenters make a great-looking, long-lasting enclosure. MAX™ designs tiny homes’ exteriors to last a minimum of 10 years without the need for anything other than minimal maintenance.
MAX™ designs sharp-looking roofing that handle the harshest of conditions and largest of snow loads. MAX™ roofs shed heavy snow loads, reflect heat, and direct rainfall off your home. Assuming no damage in transit, the roofing should not need attention for the life of the home.